Lauderdale County, in cooperation with the East Central Planning and Development District, hosted the first series of public meetings for the Naval Air Station Meridian (NAS Meridian) including Navy Outlying Landing Field Joe Williams (NOLF Joe Williams) Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) on October 27th and 28th, respectively.
The meeting on October 27th was located in Lauderdale County at the Northpark Church at 5 pm. The meeting on October 28th was located in Kemper County at the Kemper County Economic Development Conference room at 9 am.
The meetings included formal presentations that provided information about the JLUS, JLUS process, the importance and goals of a JLUS, and an overview of the compatibility factors that will be assessed through the JLUS planning process. In addition, the attendees received information about the NAS Meridian and NOLF Joe Williams mission to facilitate understanding of the military mission and its associated impacts in the JLUS Study Area. The attendees also provided input about the compatibility factors and issues through a question and answer exercise.
For more information about the NAS Meridian and NOLF Joe Williams JLUS or the JLUS process, please contact Chris Lafferty using the contact information on this webpage.
To download the PowerPoint presentation for Lauderdale County, click here.
To download the PowerPoint presentation for Kemper County, click here.
To download the NAS Meridian Mission PowerPoint presentation, click here.